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cooperatively with local and regional regulatory authorities to gain the necessary permits which will enable us to repair the damaged facilities and in turn get the refinery back to normal operations at full capacity to produce more gasoline and hopefully put downward pressure on the high prices we have been seeing recently. >> reporter: these are the cranes that are in place again sean comey telling us they are cleaning up the refinery at this point. california has 14 different refineries that make the gas that we sell in california. they have a one refinery cushion. if one goes down they are flat. that's where right now. we're a little below that because we had two go down the one in torrence. california sells boutique gasoline. you can't get it anywhere else in the country. makes our air clean but that's a situation we're in. live in richmond, i'm ken bastida in mobile 5. back to you. >> thank you. >>> of course, don't waste gasoline driving around looking for the cheapest price. but you go out, log on to cbssf.com/gas. >>> we are learning more about the deadly attack in benghazi, libya. the
. and sandy isn't done yet. i'll have more on sandy in our local forecast coming up in 12 minutes. >> thank you. >>> veneta reports from long island. it's been 24 hours since the storm hit new york city. unusually dark and quiet in you can see. >> reporter: we're limping back to life. the bridges and tunnels are reopen. and bus service is startin. it started today around 5:00 local time. if you catch the bus the rides are free. garbage bins, tree branches and debris left behind as the floodwaters receded in lower manhattan. sandy's powerful winds and storm surge slammed the city and rattled residence. >> the entire residence is flooded out. the basement -- we have no electricity. >> reporter: the city remains paralyzed. many businesses are closed, power is still out for tens of thousands, and the city's subway system is shut down. the mayor says it could be days before subways run and running again. >> make no mistake about it, this was a devastating storm. maybe the worst that we have ever experienced. >> i don't think that we expected the damage that we're seeing as we're walking around t
billions in new education dollars straight to our local schools, and guarantees the politicians can't touch it. thirty-eight will restore the education cuts from sacramento. so remember this number. separate shootings. the most recent incident happened t >>> a deadly 18-hour stan in oakland. five people died in four separate shootings. the most recent incidents happened this afternoon on 57th avenue. this morning, two men were killed in a shooting on 72nd avenue. last night, two more were killed in separate shootings okay macarthur boulevard. four of the five men were shot while sitting in parked cars. no arrests have been made in any of the shootings. authorities do not believe they are related. these latest killings now make it 90 homicides for the year for the city of oakland. >>> san rafael has just approved the toughest antismoking rules in marin county. >> it severely restricts where people can smoke including where they live. as ann notarangelo tells us, the ordinance had wide ranging support. >> reporter: in marin county only 7.5 of% of people smoke so it's easy to understand why so
website, cbssf.com/gas. enter your zip code and get the best local prices. >>> the action packed weekend around the bay area got under way today with the america's cup races and fleet week on the san francisco waterfront. people left work early for the hardly strictly bluegrass festival in golden gate park and there is more music with the florence & the machine concert at shoreline. our wild weekend continues tomorrow with more of fleet week and the america's cup right along the san francisco waterfront. one northbound lane of the embarcadero is going to be closed to handle the bike traffic. add to that we have a giants play-off game on saturday and another one on sunday, because it's all weekend, the hardly strictly bluegrass festival is going to draw thousands more to golden gate park. then both cal, stanford, they have home football games. and music fans will be jamming roads for a justin bieber concert at oracle arena. then there is a madonna concert at hp pavilion. on sunday, action continues along the san francisco waterfront. there is a second giants play- off game. the hardly str
thirty-eight sends billions in new education dollars straight to our local schools, and guarantees the politicians can't touch it. thirty-eight will restore the education cuts from sacramento. so remember this number. ocean beach. not only was it an amazing sight to kickf fleet week >>> it may have looked like a military invasion this morning at ocean beach. not only was it an amazing sight to kick off fleet week, but it's also a crucial exercise that could save lives. cbs 5 reporter don ford explains. >> reporter: the united states marine corps made a big show of their military mobility today. in a dramatic landing at ocean beach, the marines arrived in this l-cat which stands for landing craft air cushion a 16,000 horsepower hovercraft and all 60 tons of it floats on air. this exercise isn't just for show. the marines are training with state and local emergency agencies preparing to assist with humanitarian and disaster relief when the next big earthquake hits. mayor ed lee says the marines are vital. >> the ability to carry emergency equipment from trucks to generators and all
threatening local businesses. >> how many kids do you have? >> five. >> can you meet me somewhere? >> sure. >> can we text you the address? >> the message, public schools desperately need money so they are asking voters to say yes on two competing tax initiatives. propositions 30 and 38. >> they are both polling under 50% and 38 has been fighting 30 and so forth and we're in danger of having neither one pass. >> reporter: that's not contradictory? >> no. i'm hoping that it sends a message to the state that education funding is crucial. >> reporter: and it is a real concern. negative ads like this one for prop 38 could mean both propositions fail. reportedly, that's one of the reasons this ad will no longer air starting today. >> that's the beginning of the healing process. and now it's time to like heal rapidly and get everybody out there to vote yes on both. >> reporter: so keep in mind if prop 30 fails that's the initiative backed by the governor it would trigger $6 billion in all cuts and most of that money -- in automatic cut. the one with the most votes will go into effect if they bo
, da, police and local businesses aren't taking any chances. >> reporter: that's right, there are up to 200 protestors in front of frank ogawa plaza right now. they started gathering here around noontime. some are wearing masks, others have shields that they are holding. you can see there are some police officers standing by. they are not actually in the -- right next to the protestors. they are kind of staying back and that's the strategy they don't want to provoke those protestors. that has businesses concerned, as well. you can see the chase bank across the street from city hall. it's all boarded up with plywood. >>> reporter: some oakland "occupiers" say they want to celebrate the one-year anniversary in a peaceful manner. >> there's just no need for that kind of aggression when we could have much more civilized ways of disagreeing. >> reporter: but some downtown business owners are frightened by what they see. protestors wearing masks, helmets and holding shields. this chase bank across from oakland city hall didn't take any chances. they boarded up all the windows with plywood.
sacramento, and makes education a real priority- with the funding, to our local schools and the accountability from our local schools... that we'll need to improve student learning in every classroom. so we can stay 47th... or we can choose proposition 38. i'm voting yes on 38... rob a woman inside her casto valley home. but what investigators say really ha >>> two teenagers hatch a plan to rob a woman inside her home in castro valley. but what investigators say really happened was a murder that was nothing short of evil. a trusting woman strangled to death with the young suspects setting a fire to cover up their tracks. cbs 5 reporter da lin with how the victims knew those suspected killers. da. >> reporter: allen, prosecutors say this was such a gruesome crime, that they will be charging a 16-year-old in this case as an adult as he appeared at this superior court this afternoon. both he an an 18-year-old suspect will be charged with murder and arson. >> this is what nightmares are made of what these two i'll use the term loosely people did. >>> reporter: detectives des
in your neighborhood. go to cbssf.com/gas. enter your zip code and get the best local prices. >>> the traffic is going to be gridlocked this weekend. the one thing you should do before you head out on the roads. >> it is rush hour over the bay area as a strong onshore flow is bringing in that marine layer once again. guess what it's going to get stronger as we head toward the weekend. so many events going on. what's the weather looking like? there is a chance of rain in the extended forecast. let you know when coming up. >> patients treating back pain now at risk for meningitis. the tainted steroid that's made its way to california. and the symptoms of this rare fungal meningitis. ,,,,,, ra >>> tonight investigators are warning hundreds if not thousands of patients could be at risk for a rare meningitis infection. the culprit, a tainted steroid drug often used to alleviate lower back pain. dr. kim mulvihill reports, vials of the medication were shipped here to california. >>> reporter: sue manor is waiting to see if she gets meningitis. >> i just sort of thought okay we're go
players from there taking part in the fall classic so coming up at 6:00 how local venezuelans are celebrating the record achievement. game one between the giants and tigers, tomorrow night 5:07. chief meteorologist paul deanno will have the answer in a little bit. if you are looking for gear a photo galley, go to cbssf.com/giants. >>> we have developing news from east contra costa contra costa where a plane crash has killed one person and it happened around 2:00 this afternoon when the single- engine plane crashed in an open field and went up in flames. the field is just four miles north of the byron airport. >> i was working in my shop, heard a plane sputter and then heard an explosion. it was completely in flames, a lot of black smoke. that's all we saw. you can only see a little tail section of the plane. >> police believe no other passengers were on board. the faa is investigating the cause of the crash. >>> it's been one of the worst days for the stock market this year. [ closing bell ] >> underwhelming corporate earnings reports are rattling investors' nerves. dupont, 3m
- with the funding, to our local schools and the accountability from our local schools... that we'll need to improve student learning in every classroom. so we can stay 47th... or we can choose proposition 38. i'm voting yes on 38... because it makes our children #1. cbs 5's roberta gonzales ise at kezar pub in san francis. roberta, word >>> game one is under way between the giants and tigers. roberta gonzales is live at kezar pub in san francisco. now, roberta, word is there is a friendly wager of some sort? >> i just have to tell you i had the coolest assignment in the world today to find giants fans mingling with detroit tiger fans. so we found this place right here. i have to tell you it was so hard! we had to go to five different pubs to find this one of the so come on in here. here we are, of course, a sea of giants fans. but we have these guys here. who are you rooting senator. >> detroit! ! >> reporter: where are you from? >> detroit! >> yeah! >> reporter: very difficult to find tiger fans here in san francisco because it's not like a city where people really get transplanted from michigan
local schools, and guarantees the politicians can't touch it. thirty-eight will restore the education cuts from sacramento. so remember this number. restaurants. >>> date night at a discount? a simple phone call can save you money even at real nice restaurant as soon as and it doesn't involve coupons. nobody at your table would even know. consumerwatch reporter julie watts lets us in on the big secret. >> reporter: it's 12:30 on a wednesday afternoon, and this restaurant is packed. but what most diners don't realize is the same reservation the day before would have saved them 30%. >> you have to come back? >> reporter: this is one of a growing number of discounts discounting based on the time and day. >> you going out anyway, so change the time a little bit. we are an hour earlier or later, and you can get up to a 30% discount. >> reporter: chaya's manager says that 10 to 15% of the reservations are new customers dining with a discount and not necessarily during off-peak hours. for instance, depending on the day, they can save 15% on lunch reservations at 12:30 and dinner reservation
the world to shop the high end boutiques of union square. and police say a group of local girls is frequenting the area. a gang of shoplifters known as the rainbow girls: she has seen them in action. >> come in pacts and then start distracting the workers and then once they get the opportunity, they'll like, you know, stash. >> reporter: last month, we showed you this video of a group of girls arrested following a mass shoplifting at the union square store. the cops informally call them the rainbow girls because they often dress and dye their hair in bright colors. a group of seven young women, ages 15 to 20 were wearing more subdued outfit when is they struck friday at 2:15 in the afternoon. they're not allowed to talk on camera because of the corporate policy, but employees say the girls immediately spread out once they got in the store. others starting grabbing items and stuffing them in their shopping bags. >> reporter: the store clerk grabbed stuff out of their hand and tried to lock them in the store in an effort to hold them for police. they got away. other clerks tell me
will need to dial the area code when making local calls because the new 669 area code is being added to the region. this affects people in santa clara county and parts of alameda and santa cruz counties, as well. no matter which area code you live in, 408 or 669, you will first need to dial 1. >>> it wouldn't just change the san francisco skyline. the plans for a building that would reign tallest on the west coast. >> speaking of rainfall, we are going to have some of that soon. the last time we have had a widespread .25" rainfall in the bay area, six months ago. april 25th. it's not raining yet but i'll let you know when it will be in your forecast coming up. >> then meteorite hunters searching for treasure in all the wrong places. the new area scientists say they should be looking. ,,,,,, >>> happening now, a traffic mess in the south bay. a jackknifed big rig overturned and is spilling diesel fuel on northbound 101 in san jose. one lane is closed as crews try to keep the spilled fuel from pouring into storm drains and other lanes of traffic north of 13th street. in addition to the
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